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11 Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns eBook



11 Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns eBook

Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns: Sets
Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns: Animals
Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns: Unexpected Designs

Did you know that a lot of newborns arrive during the month of September? Couples enjoy themselves more around the happy holidays like Christmas and New Year’s, hence the September popularity of baby of arrivals. Other popular months are June, July and August. Many people enjoy having summer babies so they can plan birthday parties outdoors and enjoy the warm weather. With expectant parents come baby showers!

Work up some fabulous free crochet baby patterns for that little peanut on his way. Whether you’re expecting yourself or know of someone who is, crochet baby cocoon patterns are an amazing item to have or give. A crochet cocoon for baby is a great way to keep him feeling safe, snuggled and warm. We have put together a fabulous collection of crochet baby cocoon patterns just for you! Learn how to crochet some of the cutest and most unexpected patterns. I'm telling, you really can get creative when it comes to designing your own patterns. Try not to follow the paths of others by following the crochet pattern to a tee. Change it up a bit and add your own personality into it and come up with something fabulous. You can even get some great baby cocoon photography out of some of them once that little peanut makes his arrival. If you don't want to miss out on some very unique and original crochet patterns then you must download this eBook for free right now! You'll love every pattern you find. Whether you or someone you know is having a boy or a girl we have something perfect for that bundle of joy.


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Crochet Baby Cocoon Pattern: Sets

While diving into these awesome projects you might ask yourself, well how do I crochet this project? In the collection we’re providing you, each crochet baby cocoon tutorial comes with a full set of instructions and a materials list. Just follow each round or row and you should be able to come up with the cutest design. Some people might even consider these cocoons to be free baby afghan patterns, but in reality there’s a bit of a difference. Afghans don’t allow your baby to be tight and snug like cocoons do. A cocoon is smaller allowing baby’s arms and legs to be wrapped comfortably without the ends or corners sticking out like an afghan would. Cocoons are a great way to keep baby from moving around in all hours of the night and waking up. With that sense of security and lack of movement it makes the baby feel like he's in his mother's womb again, safe and sound.

When baby is first born you want to keep every bit of him nice and warm, including the most important part, his head. We have provided a few things here. Within the crochet baby cocoon pattern, free hats and booties too! These sets make great baby shower gifts to give. The Crochet Frog Cocoon, Hat and Booties set (shown) is one that all new moms will just adore. The hat and booties will keep baby nice and warm when he’s awake, but then you can swaddle him in his new cocoon for nap time. Babies need a lot of things in the first few months, so why not go with a set?

Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns: Animals

Have you seen a cocoon for baby, patterns that look like animals? These patterns are so neat and I would think fairly new since I haven’t seen them around much, yet. Crochet baby cocoon patterns have really jumped up in popularity within the last year or so. I can see why, especially with the creative ones that look like little animals. The Owl Baby Cocoon (shown) is one of the cutest designs ever. This little owl is worked in rounds making sure that at the end of every round it is slip stitched closed throughout the entire pattern. What’s great about these baby crochet patterns is that you can choose any colors you wish. If you don’t know the gender of the baby then neutral colors are the way to go. Otherwise, this Owl Baby Cocoon would look great in either pink or blue. You can even add a little more flare to the hat and add pom poms to the little ears for a fun look.


Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns: Unexpected Designs

What’s your favorite item to crochet for baby? If we haven’t convinced you to make one of these crochet baby cocoon patterns yet, then just wait a bit longer to see what’s in store for you next. Expect the unexpected when it comes to designing your own patterns. This fabulous Mermaid Cocoon (shown) is one of my favorites. Dress your baby girl in this perfect pattern and even use it as a baby cocoon photography prop for her first photos. How do you crochet something like this? Well, this pattern is worked in rounds using the half double crochet stitch and the back post single crochet stitch. Each piece is worked separately while the mermaid top and tiara are actually worked in rows. We have a couple patterns like this one that are out of the ordinary baby cocoon patterns in this eBook. Baby cocoons don't necessarily need to be for sleeping and swaddling only. They can be used for cute family photos as well. Try something new!








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With each and every baby being unique and having their own personality they deserve something special, just for them. These handmade crochet baby cocoon patterns are the perfect thing to express just how special baby is. I know that you will truly enjoy this eBook, 11 Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns, from start to finish. Once you subscribe to receive our newsletter, Hooked on Crochet, you will really see how neat it is to be part of the crochet community. If you’ve searched for crochet baby cocoon patterns, free baby afghan patterns or crochet for baby, let be your one-stop shop. Our newsletter and free crochet patterns are absolutely free to the consumer and will blow your mind. Become a happy hooker today and download this eBook for free.




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If you're expecting a baby or know someone who is, you know how difficult it will be to prepare meals for you and your family, at least for the first few days after bringing baby home. In any case, here are 11 Baked Macaroni and Cheese Recipes you can make ahead of time and freeze for a later day! Now that's thinking smart.


And if you just can't get enough baby cocoons here are some new ones:

  1. Berry Sweet Cocoon and Hat
  2. Coziest Cocoon Ever
  3. Caterpillar Hat and Cocoon
  4. Raspberry Cocoon
  5. Soft Baby Cocoon


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I want to make the cacoon and hat on page 16. However the materials list does not show the amount of yarn needed.

thank you!!



Thank you! Dot

These are really Cute patterns!Thank you,Sandy

I cannot get the e-books to download on my laptop. Can you give me any suggestions on what to do?

Thanks :)

Adorable!! Great idea

WOW these are cute Thank You

Thank you very much !

thank you so much i will do it this month

I live overseas. a neighbor had preemie twins that were tiny. I made them these cocoons with a soft chenille yarn. The nurses loved them because they did not have to "undress" the child (who was hooked up to tubes) and they were easy on/off. Neither twin survived and these cocoons became their last nesting place. These are wonderful for preemies.

Thank you for the LOVE you gave the 2 premeesa. i donate all my items , something to keep me from other things. I will make these for 1-2 Hospitals near us ( Mpls., Mn.

The e-book will not print!


I have a granddaughter due in October, 2012 and I would love to make her a special crocket blanketl Please send me the catologe to get stated.


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